Enjoy creative images from an ocean's soothing illusions.
This is a tale about not delving too deeply into emotional empathy ad infinitum. It always catches up with you.
Take an illustrative and photographic walk with TIA through downtown Seattle's sparkling holiday decorations...in the rain!
Each December, a portion of Seattle's populace descends upon one street that's only one-tenth of a mile to view its dazzling displays for the holidays.
If you lived in Seattle on the evening of Friday, September 24, 2021, then you were probably a witness to one of the most mesmerizing sunsets we had this year. I wasn't expecting it, so I was thoroughly caught off guard as I was cycling on Melbourne (that's my bike's name) north on Dexter Avenue... Continue Reading →
TIA would like to extend fond wishes to all the mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, aunts, and sisters on this Mothers Day -- today and always. To commemorate the occasion, please enjoy a few images of a real "mother goose" and her goslings at Lake Union Park in Seattle. Mother Goose and her goslings at Lake Union... Continue Reading →
Please enjoy a timelapse video that I executed on Sunday, April 25th, at the vantage located at 5th & Lynn Park in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. From this stellar viewpoint on a clear day, you can see five different neighborhoods of the city simultaneously -- in addition to the colossal, jagged summits of... Continue Reading →
Seattle has been experiencing some exceptional summertime weather even though we're only a month into Spring. In my experience, Aprils in Seattle have often been rainy, wet, and relatively cold. Every few years, for a period of a few days, we find ourselves as the recipients of an anomaly in the "usual" weather patterns or... Continue Reading →
T.J. reckons with the reality of racism and discrimination in his day-to-day routines as a professional photographer.
TIA takes you on a kaleidoscopic journey through Seattle during the autumn season in which you can admire and enjoy the multiple colors -- especially yellow -- of the season. An entertaining timelapse video also awaits your viewing!
Another sumptuous summer in Seattle has concluded. Seahurst Park, Burien, Washington. I have lived in Seattle for seven and a half years, and it feels like each summer season is better than the previous. It’s a city where it never gets too humid, there’s plenty of sunshine, and the grey skies that seem to threaten... Continue Reading →